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Top Rated Prescription Drug Rehab for Residents of Long Beach
Creating a place where people are comfortable when they are at their most vulnerable takes hard work and dedication. At Muse Treatment, that’s exactly what we’ve done for the residents of Long Beach and the surrounding areas. The Muse Los Angeles Inpatient Rehab Center and the Muse Intensive Outpatient Rehab Center are both community-based resources that individuals who want high-quality alcohol and drug rehab can turn to in their time of need.
At Muse, we pride ourselves on being one place people can go for all of their alcohol and drug rehab services. We are committed to seeing our clients from their first consultation well into recovery. We have a wide variety of treatment options available, including top-rated prescription drug rehab for Long Beach, California residents.
When you decide to seek treatment for any substance abuse problem, including issues with prescription medications, choosing Muse means you will be working with the best. We have an exceptional team of doctors, nurses, therapists, counselors, and support staff members who are ready to give it their all and help you make a significant change in your life.
Drug rehab of any kind is not meant to be a punishment nor should it be seen as a failure. When you commit to taking action in order to improve the current status of your life, that’s an accomplishment in and of itself. Let us take you from that first step to where you want to go. Call us today and let one of our abuse and addiction treatment experts take you through all of the options we have available in our drug rehab programs.
What is RX Rehab Like?
Prescription medications, also sometimes referred to as Rx drugs for short, are substances that are typically only to be taken under doctor’s order. One of the most abused categories of Rx drugs in recent years has been in the opioid category. The large uptick in prescription opioid abuse has prompted both municipalities and healthcare agencies, including drug rehab organizations, to take action.
At Muse, that has meant exploring new treatment options in both our inpatient and outpatient settings. Like almost any substance, addiction to opioids can cause physical, mental, and emotional damage to an individual and at Muse, we have made sure we are prepared to help our clients heal in every way possible. Only by addressing issues caused by drug abuse or addiction in all areas of a person’s life can they truly move forward.
Substances in the opioid category are a class of drugs naturally found in the opium poppy plant. They are used for a variety of legitimate reasons, most commonly for the relief of pain. There are many opioids that are used in prescription medications. There are also street drugs, such as heroin, in this category.
One issue that has occurred across the United States is people switching back and forth between prescription opioids and heroin, depending on what is more readily available. This has led to an increase in the heroin trade, too. Many prescription opioids are used to block pain signals between the brain and the body. In addition to controlling pain, opioids can make some people feel relaxed, happy, or “high,” and are very addictive.
When a person is addicted to opioids, they almost always need to go through drug detox before they can begin rehab. Once this is accomplished, opioid abuse patients take part in both group and one on one therapy sessions. People recovering from opioid addiction can often have withdrawal symptoms and cravings much longer than individuals being treated for other substances.
Our team of professionals is always sure to closely monitor opioid patients during detox and rehab to ensure they are not being severely affected by their abstinence from their substance of choice.
What to Expect During RX Rehab?
When a person begins Rx rehab, they are assigned a primary therapist who is in charge of creating their care plan and monitoring their progress. On a daily basis during residential Rx rehab, patients can expect to go about their day based on a structured schedule. Patients have their vitals checked, are administered any medications that are part of their treatment, attend group therapy and individual sessions, and eat meals on a regular schedule. This structure allows patience to fully focus on their drug rehab treatment. Our medical and support staff is always available to assist our patients in any way they need.
How Long Does RX Rehab Long Beach Last?
At Muse, clients that are taking part in Rx rehab are often treated in both our inpatient and outpatient environments. After drug detox, patients who take advantage of our residential treatment program may be with us for 30, 60, or 90 days. Once a patient completes a residential treatment program, we strongly suggest they follow this up with outpatient care. Outpatient rehab therapy can last from a few months to over a year. Rx drug rehab therapy is meant to assist our clients in becoming comfortable in society while living their new, drug-free lifestyle. At Muse, we don’t like to put a timeline on this as every patient heals at their own pace.
Top Abused Prescription Drugs
Prescription drug abuse has exploded across the United States and many drugs in the opioid pain reliever category top the list. Among those that are most often used are hydrocodone (marketed as Vicodin) oxycodone (marketed as OxyContin and Percocet), oxymorphone (marketed as Opana), morphine (marketed as Kadian and Avinza), codeine, and fentanyl. Other categories of prescription drugs are also abused and Muse has treatment options for patients who are struggling with these substances, too. They include Amphetamines, Benzodiazepines, and Barbiturates among other substances.
Why Choose Muse for RX Rehab?
When you choose Muse for Rx rehab, you will be working with highly-trained professionals that offer caring, thoughtful yet aggressive treatment of your drug abuse or addiction. At Muse, we have custom-tailored treatment plans so that each patient has their needs specifically met in order to maximize their success in recovery. Our holistic approach identifies damage that has been done to a person’s mind, body and spirit and addresses the healing needs of each.
If you or a loved one has been abusing prescription drugs, call us today. We’re here to help.